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Gallup Poll Shows Bump In Approval For Obama After Convention

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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 02:52 PM
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500.00 is that US $ Yen, Pesos, dracmas,euros. The guy betting 10K must be Mitt Romney.




posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 02:54 PM
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Originally posted by karen61057

Originally posted by OccamsRazor04
reply to post by leosnake
 


Wonder what it will be after the dismal job report.


Not dismal but not great either.


368,000 Americans dropping out of the workforce is not dismal ?

Nice try.

Clearly, Obama's economic policies have failed.

The MSM has gone into damage control mode. They will circle the wagons around

liberalism and declare that it was Obama that failed.

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Welcome to Washington DC President Mitt Romney !

Obama left you a big mess to clean up.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 02:54 PM
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I'll tell you once again, there is no such person as President Mitt Romney. Quit calling him President, He is not the President.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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Originally posted by karen61057
How many think this is more to do with the powerful speach that Clinton gave rather than what Pres. Obama said. I watched both conventions for every night that they were on and Clintons speach was by far the best.


I think its probably just statistical noise. Give it a week or two and you'll see where this race really stands.

I doubt any of the speeches from the Democrat side made any significant difference. After four years, Obama is essentially a known quantity. If a person doesn't support him at this point based on his actions in office, I can't imagine that a speech is going to convince anyone to do so. He's consistently polling in the mid/upper 40s in the head to head matchups and that's probably his ceiling. That's also why I think he's a lot more vulnerable than many Dems want to believe.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by karen61057
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


I'll tell you once again, there is no such person as President Mitt Romney. Quit calling him President, He is not the President.


It's called a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Everyone can see it but you.


From my point of view President Mitt Romney and Vice President Paul Ryan are already

on their way to Washington DC.

I have moved my attention to the U.S. Senate. I can see 54 GOP / Tea Party members

getting sworn in next year.

A republican will win a senate seat in Connecticut !


I thought Connecticut was a - Blue - state?



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 03:04 PM
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Originally posted by vor78

Originally posted by karen61057
How many think this is more to do with the powerful speach that Clinton gave rather than what Pres. Obama said. I watched both conventions for every night that they were on and Clintons speach was by far the best.


I think its probably just statistical noise. Give it a week or two and you'll see where this race really stands.

I doubt any of the speeches from the Democrat side made any significant difference. After four years, Obama is essentially a known quantity. If a person doesn't support him at this point based on his actions in office, I can't imagine that a speech is going to convince anyone to do so. He's consistently polling in the mid/upper 40s in the head to head matchups and that's probably his ceiling. That's also why I think he's a lot more vulnerable than many Dems want to believe.


James Carville was correct.

It's not the speeches. It's the economy, stupid.

The dismal Job Report has Obama on the ropes and it's only going to get worse.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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James Carville was correct.

It's not the speeches. It's the economy, stupid.

The dismal Job Report has Obama on the ropes and it's only going to get worse.


If a picture truly is worth 1,000 words then I must share this one again!





posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 03:58 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer

Originally posted by Flatfish

Originally posted by beezzer
In my humble opinion, the election is going to be a blow-out FOR Romney. Too many people are still "saying" that they'll vote for Obama over fear of being labeled a racist or race-traitor.

The polls will go back and forth, tis how Gallup makes money. But it'll be a shoe-in for Romney.


Oh really? How do you define a blow-out? Are you giving points?

I happen to believe that Obama will be re-elected, although not by "blow-out" margins, and I'd even be willing to place a wager. How about it? What do you think, is $10,000.00 enough?


No. But I'll wager a bottle of scotch. 500.00 limit.


You guys are talking my language. I'll take you up on that, Beezer. If Romney wins, I'll get you a bottle (under $50) of Scotch. If Obama wins, you'll get me a bottle of Clan MacGreggor Scotch ($13). Shake on it?

PS - We could make it even more interesting if the conditions of the bet required us both to only vote third party.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 03:59 PM
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I think these 3 pictures say 1,000 words.





No Jobs = No re-election for Obama





Obama was doomed when he attacked American Exceptionalism.

- If you've got a business, you didn't build that ! -


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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 05:19 PM
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Originally posted by Alxandro
Of course there's gonna be a bump.
That's only because Obama threatened to sue Gallup.

source of a hard cold fact



Senior Obama Campaign adviser David Axelrod reportedly contacted The Gallup Organization to discuss the company’s research methodology after their poll’s findings were unfavorable to the President. After declining to adjust their methodology, Gallup was named in an unrelated lawsuit by the DOJ.


Cold hard fact.


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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 05:28 PM
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Originally posted by karen61057

Originally posted by truejew

Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
 


The anti-Obama folks bring up race 100 times more than any supporter does.


The first to bring up race in this thread was an Obamite.
edit on 8-9-2012 by truejew because: Removed incorrect code


Obamite? Really? How crass.


Why is Obam-ite crass?

-ite  
a suffix of nouns denoting especially persons associated with a place, tribe, leader, doctrine, system, etc. ( Campbellite; Israelite; laborite );  minerals and fossils ( ammonite; anthracite );  explosives ( cordite; dynamite );  chemical compounds, especially salts of acids whose names end in -ous ( phosphite; sulfite );  pharmaceutical and commercial products ( vulcanite );  a member or component of a part of the body ( somite ).
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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 06:32 PM
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With the media losing their minds with unabashed love for Obama and Democrats, it's pretty unavoidable.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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if george bush jr., the war criminal and war profiteer got a second chance after blatant fraud got him in the first place, obama should at least get a chance to fix his crimes and mistakes.


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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 08:11 PM
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I didn't know that mentioning the target audience was race baiting. I go to school for advertising, I analyze things through that manner.

Every commercial, event, flyer has a target audience, race included in the idea behind it. Get over it. It's a fact....hence why I through the "middle aged" in there.

And your Republicans leaders do not try to hide their demographic target

Sen. Lindsey Graham Says Republicans ‘Not Generating Enough Angry White Guys’


“The demographics race we’re losing badly [sic],” the senior senator from South Carolina explained. “We’re not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business for the long term.”


www.abovetopsecret.com...


Euphemisms such as “forward” and “progress” are associated with people like Marx, Engels, Trotsky, Lenin, and Mao. Have you ever heard of the “People’s Republic of China”?


lol? Guess the founding fathers were communists too, the said WE the people. We is collectivist terminology.


I hate to break it to you but Democrats and Republicans are both capitalists.
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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 08:15 PM
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All I said was the admitted target audience for the GOP, words from their own mouths


And uh, I don't worship or even like Obama.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 08:20 PM
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Gallop poll is behind obama. I mentioned this on a thread a few days ago.



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 08:21 PM
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Reuters has a new poll up showing Obama over Romney 49 to 43. At first I said " No........this can't be !" But then I saw that it was an online poll, and I laughed and I laughed and I laughed again. When the O team has to get polls from people online that are probably all democrats to begin with it's bad, you gotta know it's really bad.

I was seeing the teeny tiny crowds that Obama gathers to the humungous packed crowds that Romney gathers, and I felt much better.

The real poll is that Obama has lost a lot of women, young people that do vote, Christians, and Catholics.

Bye bye Mr. O......



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 08:22 PM
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Originally posted by seabag
If Obama is reelected we should just spin the “wheel of misfortune” and see what our fate is.



It doesn't matter what they said at their convention because the numbers paint the picture of what Obama's policies do for the country:

• 23 million Americans are out of work, have stopped looking for work, or are underemployed
• $16 trillion national debt (that’s $50,000 for every American)
• 43 straight months of 8% or higher unemployment
• 4 straight trillion dollar budget deficits in a row

Obama’s policies won’t lead to a prosperous future for Americans….that should be obvious to everyone at this point.


I think this wheel is more accurate for the DNC / RNC -


Even the lesson contained is on par with what the DNC / RNC discussed.

As for other peoples comments about race the left has made it a priority to label individuals who disagree with obama / dont like him / his policies as racist. At the same time the same people / groups ignore any an all racists comments / accusations that come from the left.

I didnt see the liberal media jumping all over Biden for stating they want to "put y'all back in chains". Nor did I see them go after biden when he refered to then Senator Obama as clean and articulate.

The liberal left has gotten so bad that their use of the word racist is on par with the use of the term n**ger within segments of the black community. Its ok for that term to be used when it comes from a black person while referring to themselves or another black person but by god the moment someone else uses it they are racist.

The left have so dilluted themselves that they cannot see the trees while standing in the middle of the forest. Had Romney stated they want to put "y'all back in chains" the left would be going bat crap crazy.

Since President Obama is President of the US and not just the president of those who voted for him I, along with every other citizen, have every right to question / challenge his policies and viewpoints. Not only are those actions permissible in this country, they are required.

To label those individuals as racist amounts to nothing more than the left using the race card while accusing the otherside of being racist.

White people are not racist / criminals / uneducated
Black people are not racist / criminals / uneducated
Asians are not racist / criminals / uneducated
Mexicans are not racist / criminals / uneducated
Republicans are not racist / criminals / uneducated
Democrats are not racist / criminals / uneducated

Racists are racist...
People who break the law are criminals...
People who refuse to learn by their own choice are uneducated...

The only reason race is even an issue is because we allow it to be and nothing more...

As a person I respect Obama and what he has accomplished. He is a family man and takes good care of his children.

As a President I think Obama is horrible.. He does not know how to lead people, he does not inspire loyalty, he is divisive and above all, as with almost all members of our 3 branches of government, they seem to have forgotten they took an oath of office and not an oath of party.

They all have confused the part where they are to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic and have substituted that portion with "to protect and defend their party platform, against all who are not part of the party".

They have ignored the all important concept that the Republic comes first instead of politics.
They have forgotten they represent the will of the people while at the same time representing the the demands of corporations.

Nowhere in the description for President or Vice President does it mention party affiliation.
Nowhere in the description of Senators or Representatives does it mention party affiliation.
Nowhere in the description of Supreme Court Justices does it mention party affiliation.

What we have now, on both sides, is a group of people who would be ok with cutting the baby in half instead of compromising.

In this case the baby is the American people....

To steal and modify a quote -
Democracy is 2 political parties and the American people voting on whats best for the nation. Liberty is a well armed population contesting that vote.
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posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 11:54 PM
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Originally posted by Cuervo

Originally posted by beezzer

Originally posted by Flatfish

Originally posted by beezzer
In my humble opinion, the election is going to be a blow-out FOR Romney. Too many people are still "saying" that they'll vote for Obama over fear of being labeled a racist or race-traitor.

The polls will go back and forth, tis how Gallup makes money. But it'll be a shoe-in for Romney.


Oh really? How do you define a blow-out? Are you giving points?

I happen to believe that Obama will be re-elected, although not by "blow-out" margins, and I'd even be willing to place a wager. How about it? What do you think, is $10,000.00 enough?




You guys are talking my language. I'll take you up on that, Beezer. If Romney wins, I'll get you a bottle (under $50) of Scotch. If Obama wins, you'll get me a bottle of Clan MacGreggor Scotch ($13). Shake on it?

PS - We could make it even more interesting if the conditions of the bet required us both to only vote third party.


Good lord!
13 dollar scotch? Okay. The loser has to drink it though.


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posted on Sep, 9 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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Originally posted by leosnake

Gallup Poll Shows Bump In Approval For Obama After Convention


www.huffingtonpost.com


Gallup's last three nights of interviewing of adults, conducted Sept. 4 to 6, shows Obama with a 52 percent approval rating
(visit the link for the full news article)


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